There are several ways to give and support emergency funding for COVID-19.
Gifts to this fund will provide emergency grants to support increase to demand in direct services to people most adversely affected by this crisis and/or grants to support general operating expenses when revenues have been impacted by COVID-19 related closures. Gifts can also be made payable to the Community Foundation and mailed to 312 East Church Street, Frederick, MD, 21701, with “Community Foundation COVID Fund” noted in the memo line.
Gifts to this fund will support nonprofit programs that help people adversely affected by this crisis and include but are not limited to utility and rent assistance, emergency shelter, financial stability programs, transportation needs, prescriptions and medical supplies, food and supplies for seniors, and behavioral and physical health services. Gifts can also be mailed to United Way of Frederick County, PO Box 307, Frederick, MD, 21705.
Gifts to this fund, a component fund of the Community Foundation, will benefit small businesses in the City of Frederick who have been impacted by the events of COVID-19, in the form of grants for rent, mortgage payments and utilities. Gifts can also be made payable to the Community Foundation and mailed to 312 East Church Street, Frederick, MD, 21701, with “Frederick Economic Development COVID Fund” noted in the memo line.
The Community Foundation is a member of the COVID-19 Philanthropic Funders Collaborative (COVID Collaborative), which includes United Way of Frederick County, Ausherman Family Foundation, Delaplaine Foundation, Inc., Helen J. Serini Foundation, Women’s Giving Circle of Frederick County, The Kahlert Foundation, Our Heavenly Cause Foundation, The William Cross Foundation, The Mark and Susan Butt Saturday Mornings Fund, and others. We are working with our partners in the funding community to ensure that dollars are distributed appropriately in the most impactful way.